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Arkansas  
Ashley  
Benton  
Boone  
Bradley 1850 Federal Census
1870 Federal Census
Calhoun  
Carroll 1840 Federal Census
1850 Federal Census
Chicot 1830 Federal Census
Clark 1840 Federal Census
1850 Federal Census
1860 Federal Census
1920 Federal Census
Cleveland 1900 Federal Census
1930 Federal Census
Columbia  
Conway 1830 Federal Census
1840 Federal Census
Craighead  
Crawford 1850 Federal Census
1870 Federal Census
1880 Federal Census
Crittenden 1850 Federal Census
Cross  
Dallas 1900 Federal Census
Desha 1840 Federal Census
Drew  
Franklin 1850 Federal Census
Fulton  
Grant  
Greene  
Hempstead 1850 Federal Census
Hot Spring 1830 Federal Census
1840 Federal Census
Independence 1850 Federal Census
Izard  
Indian Lands 1860 Federal Census
Jackson 1830 Federal Census
1840 Federal Census
1850 Federal Census
Jefferson  
Johnson 1850 Federal Census
Lafayette 1850 Federal Census
Lawrence 1860 Federal Census
Lee 1910 Federal Census
Little River  
Logan 1880 Federal Census
Madison  
Marion 1840 Federal Census
Miller  
Mississippi  
Monroe  
Montgomery 1850 Federal Census
Nevada 1920 Federal Census
Newton  
Ouachita 1860 Federal Census
Perry  
Phillips  
Pike 1860 Federal Census
1870 Federal Census
1880 Federal Census
Poinsett  
Polk  
Pope 1850 Federal Census
Prairie  
Pulaski 1860 Federal Census
Randolph 1860 Federal Census
1930 Federal Census
St. Francis 1830 Federal Census
1840 Federal Census
Saline 1850 Federal Census
Scott  
Searcy 1850 Federal Census
Sebastian  
Sevier 1860 Federal Census
Sharp 1880 Federal Census
Union  
Van Buren  
Washington 1850 Federal Census
White  
Woodruff  
Yell 1870 Federal Census
1880 Federal Census
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